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Beginning number stations

Beginning number stations

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FREE - Number Practice Pages for 1-10 FREE

Number Practice Pages for 1-10

3 Weeks Already?!

A Spoonful of Learning: 3 Weeks Already?! & FREEBIES!

Fun way to reinforce numeral and quantity recognition. Math game for kids.

A Teacher's Idea: How To Teach Counting and Cardinality

Number Matching {freebie}

Number Sense 0-10. If you would like to check out a blog I co write with a friend - it is just Maths for the Australian Curriculum. Our newest pack is up for Mathematics - it looks at 0-10 and is great for our kids in their first year of school or those who are struggling with numbers to 10. Visit my Math blog I write with Kerry isurfkp.blogspot....

The Activity Mom: Number Towers...what an easy number recognition and ordering activity!!!

FREE winter writing prompts in color and black/white

Elf Classroom Door

The Kindergarten Center: Andy Addition

Making addition sticks with beads and pipe cleaners.

I found these great geoboard number-making templates here. Students can practise making numbers, hand-eye coordination, and tactile learning...all in one.

Using students as the manipulatives on the ten frame. What a great way to introduce ten frames and engage students.

Sequencing numbers activity

Growing Kinders: Thank You (and some pumpkins, too!)

Teaching more or less

Bear in the Cave Game this idea for subtraction

Last in a phenomenal set of blog posts on math work jobs

Laminate for Kathy Richardson's Staircase Game in Beginning Number Concepts

Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog

Same maths poem but nice clear anchor chart

Great for 1:1 number correspondence, and for using some of my stickers!

1:1 number correspondence

Poem to help children form their numerals.

Grab and check game.

Mouthwateringly beautiful felt fish. The embellishments introduce number element - magnetic fishing game.

Students take turns using the spinner to spin numbers. Then they tell their partner what number they spun, find the matching magnetic number, and place it on the corresponding picture on their game board. Students can play until they've covered their whole game board or until they get 3 in a row (like tic-tac-toe)